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Stomach troubles when racing and training are a common problem for triathletes. Here are some tips for beating them from Warren Pole
Do you record all your training sessions on your Garmin and upload for ‘review’ later, without really understanding how to review or interpret it, from week to week, or month to month? With so much data it’s easy to get lost in the details and lose sight of whether or not you're really improving, says Joe Beer. Here he explains what you should be looking for.
When an Ironman just isn’t enough, the fast-growing genre of mountain triathlons are a spellbinding way of pushing the body to the max. Here we pick four of Europe's greatest and toughest mountain triathlons
2016 Ironman 70.3 world champ Lawrence plans to destroy many a 90km bike leg this season on her new ride
Can a tri-suit really be high-performing without a high price? Matt Baird puts it through its paces to find out
Present interim CEO of Scottish Snowsport and chairman of Triathlon Scotland Andy Salmon has been appointed the new Chief Executive of the British Triathlon Federation
Should you go for a bike ride the day before your triathlon? Yes says Nik Cook as it will get your legs ready for racing
Racing an Olympic distance soon but short on training hours? Then follow our six-week plan for the time-crunched athlete
Nik Cook explains the best way of fitting new cleats onto your bike shoes
Exercise helps you develop a firmer, more elastic hippocampus, a region of the brain associated with memory, scientists have found.
A multisport watch will take your performance to another level. But what are the key functions and extras to look for?
Meet Ironman legend Chrissie Wellington and get a signed copy of her new book
Sleeved tri-suits might be everywhere right now, but it’s not over yet for the trad vested designs. Helen Webster puts six versions to the test
Why are so many athletes and manufacturers investing in power measurement systems? Because, says Joe Beer, if used correctly, power can be a game changer as it gives you the ability to test power-to-heart rate anywhere, anytime.
Got yourself some clip-on tri bars but don't know how to fit them? Here's some advice from the 220 team
The popular tri watch gets its latest upgrade, with WiFi and TrainingPeaks added to the features list
As well as a good fit and a stiff sole, triathletes also need bike shoes that are easy to get on and off in a hurry. Jack Sexty tests 10 of the best to see which ones tick all the boxes
As temperatures rise, make sure you stay hydrated and on top of your body’s electrolyte needs with one of these hydration tablets, as tested by James Witts
If you can only have one bike, it needs to be able to do everything. Jamie Wilkins puts 3 top-end aero road bikes from Canyon, Ridley and Rose to the test to see how they stack up against eachother
Bike supremo Flora Duffy is the reigning ITU champ and looks set to go even faster in 2017 on her new ride. Over to Fluffy
6 of this year's best time trial aero helmets tested, rated and reviewed by our expert reviewer
From tapering your training to nailing your nutrition, Andy Blow explains how you can peak at the optimal time and achieve maximum results for all your hard work…
220's Martyn Brunt, with his own unique brand of humour, offers up five not-so-serious golden rules for those dipping a toe into triathlon waters
After one triathlon digital ed Debbie Graham is hooked on the sport. Here's what the triathlon newbie learnt from her supersprint debut
Exercise-induced anaemia is more common than you’d think – but it can be avoided… says Andrew Hamilton
220’s Staff Writer Jack Sexty headed to OTE’s Performance Centre for a full physiological test ahead of his m-dot debut in Lanza. but how well can lab numbers predict performance? Over to our lab rat…
Brick sessions are ideal for getting our body used to triathlon transitions, but what happens physiologically when you swap sports? Sarah Green, consultant rehab physio for Six Physio, explains...
The propulsive phase is a key area of the swim stroke that’s predominantly executed below the surface of the water. Here, with the help of our underwater photo sequences, you’ll gain a clearer picture of the specific movements.